The Georgia Department of Transportation will begin resurfacing State Hwy. 98 from U.S. Hwy. 29 in Danielsville to State Hwy. 72 in Comer on Monday, July 27.
The resurfacing work will include 7.4 miles (from the red light in Danielsville, to the red light in Comer) and work will be done from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. Monday through Friday. A pilot car and flagger will lead motorists through the area during those times.
Media representative Terri Pope said the $788,000 project is being funded by federal stimulus funds, and is the only such road project in the county. The project is expected to take six weeks to complete.
25 year resident of county
07/29/09 at 05:33 PM
Great idea!! NOT.... Why not have this road work take place at night. You know, when people are not trying to get to school and work.And as far as this is the only road work project for the county, I hope so because from what i hear this county cant afford to much of anything. Stimulus funds or not...But its nice to know that when the educational system and healthcare systems fail...Hyw 98 will be nice and smooth to drive on.....